Turkey calls for anti-terror intelligence sharing

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December 5, 2005 15:42

Nations must share more intelligence to fight terrorism, visiting Turkish Prime Minister Recep Erdogan said Monday. Speaking after talks with New Zealand Prime Minister Helen Clark, Erdogan said no nation could guarantee it would remain free of terrorism, and should therefore cooperate in intelligence sharing. He said world leaders "must have solidarity ... to work jointly" against terror - something Turkey has "suffered from for 30 years."



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